Talking about your sexual needs can help bring you and your partner closer together and promote sexual fulfillment. Try these tips for talking to your partner. Women's sexual health, like men's, is important to emotional and physical well-being. But achieving a satisfying sex life takes self-reflection and candid communication with your partner.
How to Explore Your Sexuality Without a Partner
The Beginner's Guide to Exploring Your Sexuality ~ Swell
Openness and self-exploration have been associated with myriad benefits. Within the realm of sexuality, sexual exploration may be 1 facet of openness and self-exploration that yields benefits. Prior literature suggests that such exploration may have benefits for sexual orientation minority persons, though limited research has investigated the benefits of sexual exploration for heterosexuals. The present study used data from adult women exclusively heterosexual, not exclusively heterosexual to investigate the role of sexual exploration as a mediator between sexual orientation status and positivity toward sex. Results of a structural equation modeling analysis supported mediation of the relationship between sexual orientation and sexual positivity via sexual exploration.
The Beginner’s Guide to Exploring Your Sexuality
After indulging in an hour-long interview with the woman who will come out on top as one of the bravest writers of the year, certain things became clear about the ways in which we need to own our sexuality, and when we might want to take a closer look at our motivation for engaging with it, all in the interest in making sure you embrace and take care of yourself as a sexual, glorious, worthy woman. Images, literature, videos, and anything else that turns you on without being ashamed. Keep an eye out for: Certain themes. Be mindful of how this comes into play in real life.
I spent most of my early 20s obsessed with achieving the alpha female trifecta of marriage, family, and career. Sexual exploration was what women did when they had neither a plan, nor self-respect. The goal of every relationship was marriage. In service of that goal, I was committed to playing the role of useful and supportive partner.